Dentist in Clarksville

Welcome to 101st Adult Dentistry

A Clarksville Dentist – New Patients Welcome!

Here at 101st Adult Dentistry we provide you with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Our staff truly enjoys helping our patients with their dental needs and you will most likely hear laughter throughout the office. Your comfort is our number one priority.

Dr. Hnarakis, Dr. Britton and their staff strive to provide you with the best care possible by staying up to date with the latest dental technology and continuing education. As a Clarksville dentist, we actively support our community and appreciate our military families. We look forward to helping you with all of your dental needs including: Minimal Sedation Dentistry, Periodontal Treatment, Cosmetic Dentistry, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures, Implant-Supported Dentures, Dental Implants and more.

We want each of our patients to have a pleasant experience in our office. Leave us a review and let us know how we are doing.

We Welcome Military Families!

Co-located with The Children’s Dentist

Patient Reviews

"I LOVE 101st Dentistry!!!! Kim is totally wonderful! I truly look forward to my Dentist appointment each 6 months!!! Thank you!"

"The staff at 101st are very caring and professional. Dr Hnarakis and Britton make sure you are comfortable with them before they work. All the staff treat you like family! Thanks to all of you for caring for your clients."

"I have never had a bad experience here. I have bad anxiety about a dentist but since day one they have always made me feel comfortable. If you want a outstanding dentist, a place that will put your needs/concerns first then you have found the place. I promise you will not be disappointed."

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